How to Deal With Health Care Proxy Abuse of Authority

Joseph Ranni, Esq. of Ranni Law Firm, PLLC answers the following questions about Health Care Proxy Abuse of Authority: Health care proxy abuse of authority? What are some examples of abuse? What can you do to try and prevent it? What can you do if it happens? What happens if they move out of town? Can you replace the person serving as health care proxy? How do you change the person serving as health care proxy? Can you have multiple health care proxies? Can the principal revoke the health care proxy? Do I need an attorney if I feel there is abuse of authority? 

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